Ironing a shirt, bedding, or stubborn linen and cottons and running low on spray starch? Make a homemade and eco-friendly fabric starch with our easy DIY recipe.
If you’re a frequent ironer, you’ll know that spray starch is an essential part of any toolkit. Useful for keeping clothes wrinkle-free, as well as for achieving crisp lines in stubborn collars, spray starch is an easy secret weapon for achieving perfectly fresh laundry.
As a versatile member of any laundry, spray starch can readily be purchased at any supermarket, but, if you’re looking for a truly eco-friendly and cost-effective solution that’s just as useful, it’s actually easier than you think to make your own!
With just a little DIY know-how, this easy spray starch solution will become an essential part of your natural cleaning recipe book.
Here’s what you need to know…
You Will Need
- 20 oz. water
- A clean atomizer/spray bottle
- In the spray bottle, mix one tablespoon of cornstarch with the water and shake well before use.
- Store in the refrigerator for up to a week, shaking well before each use. Make sure the fabric is damp before ironing.
This article originally appeared on our sister site, Homes to Love.